It seems to adhered. I tried scraping a little from the corner of the screen and could not lift it.What sort of screen protector is it...is it actually adhered to the display? Maybe it's one of those special flexible plastics that sort of sticks to things via cohesion (like the windshield of a automobile)...and doesn't actually use adhesive.
Unless Apple has changed things...they've never required me to prove I was the original owner whenever I've taken in a computer for one of these special repair programs. Basically with these special repair programs...Apple is fixing a defect in design or a manufacturing defect...and whomever is the current owner...gets the benefit of the repair.I called apple today. I may have a problem since I am not the original owner.
Awesome! Apple is regularly at the top or near the top in customer service. As you experienced...not only did you not need to be the original owner...Apple also took care of the repair VERY quickly & shipped both ways very quickly. Definitely not the case with many other retailers.The MacBook is back with a new screen. My hats off to Apple for the quick turnaround.
The MacBook is back with a new screen. My hats off to Apple for the quick turnaround.
Yes I was amazed how fast it was and now a beautiful screen without nicks, scratches and stains!!!Wow!!! Is that ever great news and super fast. That should make you a pretty happy Apple Mac user, and probably a pristine screen that is better than the original. Nice!!!